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- Date Submitted: 06/13/2015 3:27 AM
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Knobbed Cylinders

The Knobbed Cylinders

Material description:

The 4 wooden blocks of cylinders, each containing 10 cylinders with knobs, fitting into its

respective hole (sockets) in a given block

Block 1:

Varies in both Height & Diameter

The diameter decreases from 5.5

cm to 1cm

The height decreases from 5.5 cm

to 1cm

Biggest knobbed cylinder is 5.5 cm

in Diameter & height

The smallest is 1 cm in diameter &

height.

Block 2:

Increases in Diameter & decrease

in Height

The diameter increases from 1 cm

to 5.5cm

The height decreases from 5.5 cm

to 1cm

The first knobbed cylinder is 1cm in

diameter and 5.5 cm in height.

The last knobbed cylinder is 5.5 cm

in diameter and 1 cm in height.

1 Visual Sense| The knobbed Cylinders

Knobbed Cylinders

Block 3:

The Height is FIXED & Diameter

decreases.

The diameter decreases from 5.5

cm to 1cm

The height is fixed at 5.5 cm

The first knobbed cylinder is 5.5

cm in diameter and 5.5 cm in

height.

The last knobbed cylinder is 1cm in

diameter and 5.5 cm in height.

Block 4:

Decreases in H & the Diameter is

FIXED

The diameter is fixed

The height decreases from 5.5 cm

to 1cm

The first knobbed cylinder is 5.5 cm

in height and the last one is 1 cm in

height. All 10 cylinders have the

same diameter.

2 Visual Sense| The knobbed Cylinders

Knobbed Cylinders

Presentation 1

Age:

2.5 And above.

Lesson Plan:

Step1:

The teacher starts to introduce the material by inviting the child: "’child's name’ come, I

want to show you something" and she takes him to the shelf “today we are going to work

with the knobbed cylinders, can you please choose a working area and unroll a matt?".

Step2:

The teacher goes to the shelves and says: "today

we will work with the knobbed cylinders" while

pointing to them on the shelf “we have four

blocks in the knobbed cylinders and will start

working with the first block, This is where we keep

them."

Step3:

Then the teacher...